Licensed Practical Nurse
I have been spent 5 years as an LPN in the Army. I have experience working with clients who have ALS/Lou Gehrig’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease and in particular clients with Dementia/Alzheimer’s Disease, aostomy care and all aspects of catheter care. I love being a caregiver because it gives me an opportunity to bring positivity and happiness to people, while also practicing at the forefront of medicine. Every interaction is the chance to make a difference in their lives through the provision of high quality nursing care.
Registered Nurse, MSN
I have 15 years of caregiving experience. I have worked with clients who have Alzheimer's/Dementia Disease plus over 5 years of childcare experience. My passion has always been nursing and caring for kids with cancer and rare genetic diseases.
Gertrude, Employee of the Month - November 2020
I have been a registered nurse for 18 years and have provided client care in a variety of hospital, rehabilitation and home settings. I became a nurse because I wanted to make a difference in people’s lives. I love the work- caring for, and working with, people. I also love the challenge of solving problems that we encounter caring for them and the rewarding satisfaction that comes with truly helping them live better lives. My favorite reward is that genuine smile that we receive from a client when they know that you have given them your best care.
Registered Nurse, BSN
I have over 5 years of caregiving experience with clients ranging from issue with Dementia/Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, Ostomy and Stoma Care as well as all types of catheter care.
I love being a caregiver because it is my calling in life. I knew I wanted to be a nurse ever since I was a little girl. I loved learning about the human body especially how to help heal and comfort it. I love caring for my patients in a holistic manner - from the spiritual, mental, to the physical. I believe that when one is whole on the inside the body itself will follow. Caring for someone especially who is ill truly takes a special person and I’m so thankful that I’m able to not only bring a smile on a patient’s face but also in his/her heart.